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  • Trip into Grand Central Terminal & Lunch at the Oyster Bar Restaurant

    Trip into Grand Central Terminal & Lunch at the Oyster Bar Restaurant

    Did you know that Grand Central Terminal's birthday just passed? It turned 106 on Saturday, February 2nd.  After years of construction, the terminal opened its doors for the second time in 1913. Since then, it has become a beloved Manhattan landmark and a busy commuter hub for millions around the tri-state area. Speaking of commuters, according […]

  • Declutter to Help Others

    Declutter to Help Others

    Do you have too much stuff? You can declutter your home and help others thrive at the same time. As part of Watermark Retirement Communities, we’d like to help you make the most of your unwanted possessions. Check out these suggestions from Watermark and then contact us if you need help getting started. We’re always […]

  • Greenburgh Police Department’s K-9 Educational Programming

    Greenburgh Police Department’s K-9 Educational Programming

    On January 6, 2003, Wayne Papovitch, detective at the Greenburgh Police Department and his canine partner, Patriot, began a seventeen week training academy held at the Yonkers Police Department K-9 Training Facility. At the academy, they were instructed in obedience, agility, scent work, tracking and criminal apprehension. Patriot is now retired from the Greenburgh Police Department, […]

  • International Cocoa Class

    International Cocoa Class

    Who needs flowers on Valentine’s Day when you could get a box of chocolates. Which brand is your favorite? Hershey? Lindt? Godiva? Dove? They are all very different, but oh so similar. What makes them so similar you may ask? You guessed it, milk and lots and lots of artificial sugar. On Valentine's Day, Thursday, February 14th, we are going to try […]

  • Hershey’s Kiss of the Week

    Hershey’s Kiss of the Week

    What is your favorite type of chocolate... dark, milk, white? Let’s face it, they are all delicious.  Every Monday after exercise we are trying a different type of Hershey's Kiss. Week one, we will sample dark chocolate, week two is white chocolate, week three is milk chocolate and week four is resident's choice. Don't worry Health & Wellness Department, […]

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Trip into Grand Central Terminal & Lunch at the Oyster Bar Restaurant

Did you know that Grand Central Terminal's birthday just passed? It turned 106 on Saturday, February 2nd.  After years of construction, the terminal opened its doors for the second time in 1913. Since then, it has become a beloved Manhattan landmark and a busy commuter hub for millions around the tri-state area. Speaking of commuters, according […]

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Declutter to Help Others

Do you have too much stuff? You can declutter your home and help others thrive at the same time. As part of Watermark Retirement Communities, we’d like to help you make the most of your unwanted possessions. Check out these suggestions from Watermark and then contact us if you need help getting started. We’re always […]

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Greenburgh Police Department’s K-9 Educational Programming

On January 6, 2003, Wayne Papovitch, detective at the Greenburgh Police Department and his canine partner, Patriot, began a seventeen week training academy held at the Yonkers Police Department K-9 Training Facility. At the academy, they were instructed in obedience, agility, scent work, tracking and criminal apprehension. Patriot is now retired from the Greenburgh Police Department, […]

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Resident Rosaria “Rose” Mastronardi is Enjoying the Good Life at The Fountains

FROM OVERWHELMED TO OVERJOYED Say goodbye to your worries and hello to happiness when you choose carefree retirement living. “I found myself with this tremendous house, it had four bedrooms and was quite expensive. It became a burden and a great responsibility. So eventually, after speaking with my family we decided that we should find […]

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Resident Pauline Santoro is Enjoying Worry-Free Retirement Living at The Fountains

YOU’RE NOT ALONE Aging is inevitable but the burden of daily chores and safety concerns doesn’t have to be. Get the facts and discover worry-free retirement. “Here there is always something to do and you’re with people. You don’t have to worry about your meals. It’s much easier because as I said I was alone […]

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Resident Ruth Nelson is Enjoying Living in a Community of Friends at The Fountains

WHAT’S NOT TO LOVE? Why live alone when you can love living in a community of friends with transportation, housekeeping and delicious meals? “Everything is just immaculate. The meals are very good. I have nothing against anything here. It’s just wonderful. It’s just the perfect place for somebody. I’m so used to it now here […]

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Trip into Grand Central Terminal & Lunch at the Oyster Bar Restaurant

Did you know that Grand Central Terminal's birthday just passed? It turned 106 on Saturday, February 2nd.  After years of construction, the terminal opened its doors for the second time in 1913. Since then, it has become a beloved Manhattan landmark and a busy commuter hub for millions around the tri-state area. Speaking of commuters, according […]

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“The Nutcracker”at the Westchester County Center

The Nutcracker is a classic Christmas ballet that people of all ages can enjoy. We were lucky enough to get tickets to see E.T.A. Hoffman's Christmas fairy tale just last month at the Westchester County Center in White Plains, NY. It truly was a magical performance. If you missed it this year, don't worry. I […]

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The Holiday Train Show at the Botanical Gardens

The Holiday Train Show is back at the Botanical Gardens!!! Enchanting model trains zip through a display of more than 175 New York landmarks, each re-created with bark, leaves, and other natural materials. This year’s exhibition showcased Lower Manhattan—the birthplace of New York City—featuring the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, iconic skyscrapers, the World Trade […]

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Deliciosa Empanadas with Visandra

Watermark University provides meaningful opportunities to learn, teach and grow, resulting in a life of overall well-being.  Here at The Fountains, we encourage everyone to share their special talents and passions with our residents.  Just last month, one of our very talented and new chefs, Visandra jumped right into the fall semester and taught us how to make empanadas.  Visandra grew […]

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Paninis on the Patio with Claudette Rutty

Thanks to Claudette Rutty, our Food Service Director, and her incredibly talented staff our residents enjoyed a delicious Italian meal on the patio last month. Claudette showed us all how to make grilled paninis on her new panini maker. The residents had a choice of roasted turkey with swiss cheese or pastrami with swiss cheese. The fixin's on top were, […]

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Thanksgiving Pumpkin Carving & Painting

The holiday season is a time to spend with family and friends. Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanza and New Years are all celebrations of love, joy, happiness, thankfulness and generosity. Thursday, November 16th was our Family Thanksgiving Dinner! What a night it was!!! Family and friends gathered to share a fabulous meal with their loved ones. In honor of […]

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Happy Birthday to Connie Rinaldi, our Newest Centenarian

Attention all residents of Tuckahoe... We are honored to announce that December 8th is officially "Connie Rinaldi Day" in the village of Tuckahoe. On Saturday, December 8th, Connie turned 100 years old. To celebrate our beloved centenarian, we threw a huge surprise party for her. Connie  thought she was going to our weekly wine & […]

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Expressions 2019: Celebrating Active Aging and the Arts

For 19 consecutive years, Watermark has proudly published a full-color wall calendar celebrating active aging and the arts. Featuring works submitted by Watermark residents from coast to coast, Expressions 2019 is sure to inspire creativity within everyone it reaches. Complimentary copies of Expressions 2019 are available for the asking while supplies last. Please call or […]

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Our Arthur is Famous… Happy 102nd Birthday!

When 13-year-old Yuri Lee gave her first piano and violin performance at The Fountains at RiverVue, resident Arthur Howard took a front-row seat and encouraged her throughout her concert. That’s why when Howard turned 102, Yuri and her two best friends, Kara and Ella, surprised him with a special performance in his honor. “Arthur spoke […]

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Our Arthur is Famous… Happy 102nd Birthday!

When 13-year-old Yuri Lee gave her first piano and violin performance at The Fountains at RiverVue, resident Arthur Howard took a front-row seat and encouraged her throughout her concert. That’s why when Howard turned 102, Yuri and her two best friends, Kara and Ella, surprised him with a special performance in his honor. “Arthur spoke […]

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Dancing in the Rain

Here at The Fountains, we do not let a little rain ruin our day. We had so much going on today... Zumba Gold with Diane, dog visits, a game of bridge, a program on the "History of Rosh Hashanah" and good old fashioned, dancing in the rain.  (Left to right) Marie, Kim and Elaine were dancing […]

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Happy 101st Birthday, Arthur!

On October 18th, 1916, our beloved Arthur was born! Arthur has led quite an incredible life - he's a veteran, family man, traveled the world and taught hundreds of children about the world of science. He did so much for so many and now it is our turn to celebrate him. Yesterday we had fourteen wonderful students and two hardworking […]

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Google Review – Warm, Welcoming and Engaging

My dear friend's mother is currently living at The Fountains at Rivervue. Recently, I went for a visit and found this place so warm, welcoming, and engaging. There were many activities going on, and all the residents looked happy and engaged. I was very impressed with this community. I would recommend The Fountains to anyone […]

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Google+ Review – Staff are Experienced, Caring, Dependable and Responsible

Choosing the right Assisted Living facility for a loved one is a hugely consequential decision. I could not have done better than my choice of the Fountains. My 84 year old aunt moved to the Fountains in 2015. She had recently come out of extended rehab, was weak and under weight, and no longer able […]

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Google+ Review – Peace of Mind, Mother is in Great Hands

I have been on the search for the right place for weeks and seeing everyplace in Westchester and parts of NJ, I have decided on the Fountains at Rivervue for so many reasons. Having toured a couple times with Michael and Christine and even the administrator David, I couldn't be happier with my decision to […]

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February 2019 Newsletter & Calendars

Looking for that next class, club or event to inspire, delight or amaze you? Look no further. We’ve got a month full of exciting programs and we are sure you will find something that will pique your interest.

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January 2019 Newsletter & Calendars

Looking for that next class, club or event to inspire, delight or amaze you? Look no further. We’ve got a month full of exciting programs and we are sure you will find something that will pique your interest.

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December 2018 Newsletter & Calendars

Looking for that next class, club or event to inspire, delight or amaze you? Look no further. We’ve got a month full of exciting programs and we are sure you will find something that will pique your interest.

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